Monday, November 08, 2010

Fox in Socks Video Log Episode One -The Creation of "Wabbit Suit Inc."

16 comments:

Adelaida said...

Can't wait to see and hear more :) Could you estimate how many of your written stories and ideas for a story can actually be changed into a final book, how many (in % perhaps?) of them have the power to break through?

Paige Keiser said...

Hi Adelaida! Thanks for the comment. The percentage I'd say used to be about 1 - 2% when I first started, although now I think it's improved over the years - maybe 10 percent now? I hope :)

Phyllis Harris said...

Loved this, Paige! You are so generous with sharing! I cannot wait to see and hear more!

Paige Keiser said...

Thanks Phyllis :) Trying my best not to bore people to death lol.

theartofpuro said...

Love it!Thanks for sharing:)

woody said...

This is great Paige, I love seeing and hearing how other artists work. Can't wait to see more of the thumbnails and dummy!

Jehanne said...

oh this is absolutely fantastic!!! the book like it will be really good. I hope it will go on sale on amazon or the book depository.

christine grove said...

So cool! I'll definitely be checking in.

lil kim said...

Wonderful Paige! Thanks so much for sharing your process.

Paige Keiser said...

Thanks everyone :) Being the shy sort I have lots to learn about voice-overs. I spent the first 5 minutes saying one sentence and bursting out laughing, I felt so silly!

mai s kemble said...

this is really nice. I think that you definitely have a blooming imagination (and booming) which is awesome! The pictures are also adorable!
:) as well as the title.
I once recorded a podcast and I kept laughing as well, so I know what you mean, but I think you sounded great!
:)
(isn't it true we always sound more nasal to ourselves in recordings???I think I do).

Erik Brooks said...

Cool beans Paige! And pretty neat to hear a voice to go with all of the great art that is always present on your site. Best wishes on the new dummy, and be sure to record the audio celebration when all of your efforts pay off :)

Paige Keiser said...

Hi Mai, I remember that podcast, it was great! You mentioned my blog on it too and I was so surprised and happy :D

Thanks Erik! Gosh I hope so, I can't imagine that yet, but my fingers and toes are crossed.

Liza Woodruff said...

Cool! I love it.

Patricia Cabrera said...

I just found you and I am so happy I did!!!*grin* What a lovely illustrator you are!!Smiles, Pat

Duane said...

Terrific Paige! Looking forward to the rest of the series.